# The side of the dacha plot is square 20 m. A fifth of the area of this plot is occupied by buildings

The side of the dacha plot is square 20 m. A fifth of the area of this plot is occupied by buildings, on the third part of it are planted vegetables, and on the rest of the area – fruit trees. What is the area covered by fruit trees?

The area of the square is calculated by the formula:

S = a² = a * a,
where S is the area of the square, a is the side of the square.

1) 20² = 20 * 20 = 400 (sq. M) area of the entire plot.

To find the fractional part of a number, you need to multiply the number by the fraction representing the part.

2) 400 * 1/5 = 400/5 = 80 (sq. M) building area.

3) 400 * 1/3 = 400/3 = 133 (1/3) (m2) area with planted vegetables.

4) 400 – 80 – 133 (1/3) = 320 – 133 (1/3) = 187 – 1/3 = 186 (2/3) (sqm) area planted with fruit trees.

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